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Stress:

It is a force that tends to deform the body on which it acts per unit area.

It is measured in N/m2 and this unit is specifically called Pascal (Pa). A bigger unit of stress is the mega

Pascal (MPa).

1 Pa = 1N/m2,

1MPa = 106 N/m2 =1N/mm2.

Compressive stress tends to squeeze a body, tensile stress to stretch (extend) it, and shear stress to cut

it.

Basically three different types of stresses can be identified. These are related to the nature of the

deforming force applied on the body. That is, whether they are tensile, compressive or shearing.

Tensile Stress

Consider a uniform bar of cross sectional area A subjected to an axial tensile force P. The stress at any

section x-x normal to the line of action of the tensile force P is specifically called tensile stress pt . Since

internal resistance R at x-x is equal to the applied force P, we have,

pt = (internal resistance at x-x)/(resisting area at x-x)

=R/A

=P/A.

Under tensile stress the bar suffers stretching or elongation.

Compressive Stress

If the bar is subjected to axial compression instead of axial tension, the stress developed at x-x is

specifically called compressive stress pc.

pc =R/A

= P/A.

Shear Stress

Consider the section x-x of the rivet forming joint between two plates subjected to a tensile force

P as shown in figure.

The stresses set up at the section x-x acts along the surface of the section, that is, along a direction tangential to the

section. It is specifically called shear or tangential stress at the section and is denoted by q.

q =R/A

=P/A.

Normal or Direct Stresses

When the stress acts at a section or normal to the plane of the section, it is called a normal stress or a direct stress. It is a

term used to mean both the tensile stress and the compressive stress.

The three basic types of stresses are tensile, compressive and shear stresses. The stress developed in a body is said to be

simple tension, simple compression and simple shear when the stress induced in the body is (a) single and (b) uniform. If

the condition (a) alone is satisfied, the stress is called pure tension or pure compression or pure shear, as the case may

be.

Three mutually perpendicular like direct stresses of same intensity produced in a body constitute a volumetric stress. For

example consider a body in the shape of a cube subjected equal normal pushes on all its six faces. It is now subjected to

equal compressive stresses p in all the three mutually perpendicular directions. The body is now said to be subjected to a

volumetric compressive stress p.

Volumetric stress produces a change in volume of the body without producing any distortion to the shape of the body.

Strain:

Measure of the extent to which a body deforms under stress.

Linear Strain

Linear strain of a deformed body is defined as the ratio of the change in length of the body due to the deformation to its

original length in the direction of the force. If l is the original length and dl the change in length occurred due to the

deformation, the linear strain e induced is given by e=dl/l.

Linear strain may be a tensile strain, et or a compressive strain ec according as dl refers to an increase in

length or a decrease in length of the body. If we consider one of these as +ve then the other should be

considered as –ve, as these are opposite in nature.

Lateral Strain

Lateral strain of a deformed body is defined as the ratio of the change in length (breadth of a rectangular bar or diameter

of a circular bar) of the body due to the deformation to its original length (breadth of a rectangular bar or diameter of a

circular bar) in the direction perpendicular to the force.

Volumetric Strain

Volumetric strain of a deformed body is defined as the ratio of the change in volume of the body to the deformation to its

original volume. If V is the original volum and dV the change in volume occurred due to the deformation, the volumetric

strain ev induced is given by ev =dV/V

Consider a uniform rectangular bar of length l, breadth b and depth d as shown in figure. Its volume V is given by,

This means that volumetric strain of a deformed body is the sum of the linear strains in three mutually perpendicular

directions.

Shear Strain

Shear strain is defined as the strain accompanying a shearing action. It is the angle in radian measure through which the

body gets distorted when subjected to an external shearing action. It is denoted by *.

Consider a cube ABCD subjected to equal and opposite forces Q across the top and bottom forces AB and CD. If the bottom

face is taken fixed, the cube gets distorted through angle * to the shape ABC’D’. Now strain or deformation per unit length

is

Shear strain of cube = CC’ / CD = CC’ / BC = * radian

Beam: Beam is a structural member which is acted upon by a systme of external loads at right angle to its

axis.

Bending: Bending implies deformation of a bar produced by loads perpendicular to its axis as well as

forece-couples acting in a plane passing through the axis of the bar.

Plane Bending: If the plane of loading passes through one of the principal centroidal axis of inertia of the

cross-section of the beam, the bending is said to be plane or direct.

Oblique Bending: If the plane of loading does not pass through one of the principal centroidal axes of

inertia of the cross-section of the beam, the bending is said to be oblique.

Bending moment: Algebric sum of the moments of all vertical forces

either to the left or to the right of a section.

Shear force: Algebric sum of all vertical forces either to the left or to the

right hand side of a section.

Tension and compression are directional terms to identify how forces are acting upon or within a member.

If a member (for example, a truss or a guide rod) is in tension, then the overall forces are pulling away

from it; if the member is under compression, the forces acting upon it are directed toward the member.

Tension can be likened to pulling on the ends of a rod, whereas compression can be likened to pushing

on the ends of the rod toward the middle.

Tension and compression tests are used to determine the strength of a material and to develop the

material's stress-strain diagram, which shows the relationship between the stress placed on the material

and the strain experienced by the material.

Tension and compression are directional terms to communicate how forces are acting upon or within a

member. If a member (for example, a truss or a guide rod) is in tension, then the overall forces are pulling

away from it; if the member is under compression, the forces acting upon it are directed toward the

member. Tension can be likened to pulling on the ends of a rod, whereas compression can be likened to

pushing on the ends of the rod toward the middle. Tension and compression tests are used to determine

the strength of a material and to develop the material's stress-strain diagram, which shows the

relationship between the stress placed on the material and the strain experienced by the material.

Place a flexible object like an eraser, sponge, or small piece of bread between your thumb and index

finger. Press your fingers together. One side of the object will bend inwards and shorten while the other

will bend outwards and lengthen. The shorter side has been compressed, while the other side is under

tension.

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